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This game on the whole is fun and enjoyable to play MOST of the time, however with a bit more polish from the game developers the game could become enjoyable to play ALL the time.
The main thing that is stopping this game become great is bugs and hard crashes. While the developers have started fixing these bugs and crashes, you just can't help but feel the need to save the game before you do any milestones in career mode as it "Might" just crash and lose your progress. The other annoyance is the lag and frame rate drops. When making a large scale park for a career mode challenge you see the frame rate and lag start to occur.
Some of the features of the game you can also just tell was meant to be bigger in the Theme Park, for example pricing of items is cool but meaningless, adding extras is pointless. The security cameras being able to view each singular one is a cool option, but more could have been done.
However what I do like while being challenging and slightly frustrating is making coasters, riding the coasters and rides and the DLC packs are interesting and fun, I had hours of fun making the parks to meet the challenges and now at 100% completion the replay factor is still there with playing sandbox mode making your own coasters and re-creating some of the real life rides. The workshop is also really cool where you can download other peoples creations, this makes it fun to play and add different rides from real-life parks into one park.
If the bugs, glitches and occasional crashes could be fixed, this game could become an 8/9 out of 10, and with the additional DLC being interesting this means the game has some replay-ability.
Played this recently as a couch co-op game. The humour is spot on and the gameplay and graphics holds up well. There are several instances where some jumps are hard to make due to difficult depth perception, but otherwise it was a joy to play.
Average score of 8.48? Seriously? The fact that Pokémon Sword and Shield got a higher score than this game is just downright insulting. The setting is beautiful, the characters are awesome, the story is compelling, and the gameplay is amazing.
This game was one of the best games of the 3D Pokemon era. Although its the one I grew up with and first played, so I may be a bit biased...😅
- It had good graphics (for the time and console)
- It really improved on Pokemon X and Y's system and feels like a successor to it.
- It popularized the Mega Evolution mechanic
- It had the same amazing story from the original Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire, but with modern tweaks and improvements too.
- It also incorporated parts of Pokemon Emerald's story too with an incredible post-game.
- The amount of Pokemon to catch after the climax of the game is absurd! Especially the legendaries and mythicals.
- Great variety of traversal options in-game.
- Superb re-playability features (Battle Resort, Eon Flute, DexNav)
- The game can pressure the player to grind a lot of the times.
- Some fan-favourite features from the original were not in the game (Battle Frontier).
- The difficulty of the game, while not as easy as Pokemon X and Y, is still a bit too unchallenging for veterans.
However, this game was one of the many favourite games of 2000s & 2010s kids and still holds a place in their hearts. It is an absolute necessity for Poke-fans to own.
final fantasy 7 remake brings a new life from a classic work and welcomes new and old players into midgar that has never look so GOOD and stands on it's own in the RPG genre
This is a masterpiece! Fear 2 will give you so much of adrenaline rush and horror that you'll become a fan of it. Story and gameplay both are excellent. Considering this game was launched in 2009, graphics are also awesome. We need more games like this, tired of playing 'cod' and 'battlefield' now. Definitely play this as your next game!
I see people call this as the love child of Animal Crossing and Don't Starve -- and it pretty much is that but even cozier and much, much less stressful (so far, at least).
I was intrigued by this game when I saw the art style and the premise (you're a girl scout helping ghosts in a haunted island -- but not as spooky as it sounds).
The characters you meet in this game are well written. I find a lot of the dialogue actually really funny, and the visuals did NOT disappoint.
I've been playing it everyday since it's release. I also stream this game some days on my Twitch channel: twitch.tv/reynisraine
The best way I can describe this game is that it is a supplimentary game. By that I mean, it's best enjoyed everyday in little chunks (because it's designed that way).
I like playing this first thing in the morning, or just before I sleep because it's actually so dang cozy. It's nice to wind down to this game after a long day at work, or if you want a pallete cleanser after playing hardcore in a different game.
I bought it on the switch, but it is also available on Apple Arcade, where I suggest you get this game instead of on the PC or on bigger consoles. I hope it comes out on Android too soon!
If you plan on buying this game, I suggest buying it in Mexico region where it's around 50% cheaper than the US region.
I'll update this review the more I play the game.
Experience memories as a baby and put some spooky elements? This is Among the Sleep started from a school project. On the Switch port, the game are little bit darker and often get stuck on invisible obstacles. Short but i enjoy it. So much potential concept, maybe a sequel?
I think the game was great, but in my opinion it was a bit to short.
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